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Asthma may increase risk of painful skin rash. Dec 17, 2019 250
Chronic blistering rash on hands: The location of the patient's lesions and multiple risk factors suggested that an uncommon disorder was at work. Bazewicz, Christopher G.; Helm, Matthew F.; Miller, Jeffrey J. Nov 1, 2019 1309
Diagnosis and Treatment of Rash Fever with Anxiety. Zhu, Yueyun Case study Aug 1, 2017 1302
Nilotinib induced skin rash in chronic myeloid leukemia patients: a case series. Wasekar, Nilesh; Mohite, Aniket B.; Chandrakala, S.; Vinod, P.; Rajesh P.; Shailesh B.; Jijina, Fara Report Mar 1, 2017 1857
Newborn with rash due to Klebsiella infection. Martinez-Bucio, Victor; Lopez-Valdes, Julio Cesar Case study Mar 1, 2017 522
HUMAN PARVOVIRUS B19 INFECTION PRESENTED WITH FEVER AND MACULOPAPULLAR RASH IN NEONATES. Ceylan, Mahir; Turk, Emrah; Poscu, Gamze; Turker, Murathan; Ozcan, Alper; Ozdemir, Ahmet; Patiroglu, Case study Mar 1, 2017 341
Rash on eyebrows and periumbilical region: our 8-year-old patient had recently gotten new glasses. This helped us to uncover the cause of the plaques on her eyebrows--and abdomen. Usatine, Richard P.; Jacob, Sharon E. Case study Jan 1, 2017 1040
Acute generalized exanthematous pustulosis (AGEP). Martin, Donna Bilu Dec 1, 2016 436
Zika caused rash, pruritus more often than high fever. Karon, Amy Report May 1, 2016 638
Annular plaques on the back and flanks: the combination of a ring-shaped rash on the patient's torso and a foot infection led us to the diagnosis. Bankhead, Sarah; Jackson, Jeremy; Brodell, Robert Case study Jan 1, 2015 1191
Cutaneous eruption on chest and back: the cause of this "dirty" rash was fairly obvious to us, but only because we'd encountered this rare skin disorder before. Sessums, Mary T.; Ward, Kimberley M.H.; Brodell, Robert Report Aug 1, 2014 887
Young girl with lower leg rash. Saraiya, Ami; Reddy, Raveena; Brodell, Robert Case study Jul 1, 2014 828
"The clock is ticking": the timely management of a painful skin rash in a seventy-year-old woman. Thomas, Susan; Omole, Folashade; Patel, Vijaykumar G.; Nichols, Michelle L. Case study Jan 1, 2014 1896
Identifying emergencies involving fever and rash. Jancin, Bruce Sep 1, 2013 815
Antacid preparation induced erythematous skin rashes: a case report. Thippeswamy, T.; Sudharshana, Murthy K.A.; Prathima, C. Case study Aug 19, 2013 1235
Unsightly rash on shin: what started as a few small red spots was now an 8 x 6 cm well-demarcated red-brown plaque on the patient's shin. Was it linked to her diabetes? Roy, Satyajeet; Shayaan, Mehwish Case study Apr 1, 2012 1230
Diffuse cutaneous and mucozal erythema and rash after upper respiratory tract infection/Ust solunum yolu enfeksiyonu sonrasi derive mukozalarda yaygin eritem ve dokuntu. Oncel, Ibrahim; Celik, Melda; Kara, Ates Author abstract Mar 1, 2011 268
Erythematous rash on face: the patient initially thought the rash was an eczema flare-up and applied a steroid cream. But the rash worsened and spread. Babaoff, Marc; Latessa, Robyn Clinical report Oct 1, 2010 1124
Protein signals cause of rash. Seppa, Nathan Brief article Jan 30, 2010 152
Pruritic rash: each of these 5 patients had a pruritic rash. The locations varied: face, ears, wrist, and waist. But the cause was the same. Uhlenhake, Elizabeth; Nedorost, Susan; Usatine, Richard P. Case study Nov 1, 2009 2145
Five atypical exanthems call for reassurance. Finn, Robert Nov 1, 2009 839
Drug eruptions: 6 dangerous rashes; When to stop the drug immediately and hospitalize your patient. Skonicki, J.J.; Warnock, Julia K. Apr 1, 2008 3060
Rash in a 15-year-old female. Simpson, Tina; Ivey, Jean Case study Mar 1, 2008 1158
Drug eruptions: is your patient's rash dangerous or benign? Photo-illustrated guide helps you identify easily treated reactions, spot 'red flags' of serious conditions. Skonicki, J.J.; Warnock, Julia K. Mar 1, 2008 3099
An unusual unilateral 'rash' in the postoperative period. Ford, A. Feb 1, 2007 443
Drug-related rashes can have fatal complications: hypersensitivity seen in 0.01%-0.1% of patients given phenytoin, carbamazepine, and phenobarbital. Sherman, Carl May 1, 2005 609
Watch for Cutaneous Reactions to Lamotrigine. (Anticonvulsant Side Effects can be Fatal). Boschert, Sherry Jan 1, 2002 514

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